UPDATED: CBS' "60 Minutes" topped the national and local ratings Sunday night with a chilling two-part report on serial killer Charles Cullen.

The news magazine drew 11.7 million viewers and helped put CBS on top in total viewers. The updated prime-time averages: CBS with 9.8 million, ABC with 5.8 million, NBC with 4.2 million and Fox with 3.6 million. CBS edged Fox in the 18-to-49 age group.

CBS had the most viewers in other time slots: "The Amazing Race" with 9.3 million, "The Good Wife" with 9.1 million and "The Mentalist" with 8.8 million.

ABC's strongest performer was "Once Upon a Time" with 7.2 million, followed by "America's Funniest Home Videos" with 6.5 million and "Revenge" with 6.1 million. NBC's best was "The Celebrity Apprentice" with 5.1 million viewers. Fox's best showing came from "Family Guy" with 4.9 million.

In Orlando, "60 Minutes" drew 166,200 viewers. Three CBS series were next in the most-watched rankings: "The Amazing Race" with 143,300 viewers, "The Mentalist" with 122,700 and "The Good Wife" with 109,100. "The Good Wife" delivered its season finale. "The Amazing Race" and "The Mentalist" offer theirs next weekend.

The next three series in the rankings were "America's Funniest Home Videos" with 95,500 viewers, "Once Upon a Time" with 90,600 and "Family Guy" with 75,100.

The best showing on cable came from History's "Vikings," which ended its first season with 71,900 viewers. HBO's "Game of Thrones" was No. 15 with 47,600 viewers.

The top programs in the 18-to-49 age group were "The Amazing Race," "Family Guy" and "Once Upon a Time."